The stone springhouse on the left predates the original, chink-log house (the section with the porch), which was built before the Civil War. The three-story barn, just visible in the right background, is the one my father moved intact from a neighboring farm, using only a tractor and skids greased with Ivory soap. That's my mother to the far left, headed down to the pond to scatter corn for the wood ducks that visit daily.
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